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Retired UConn athletic director Toner dies
John Toner, athletic director emeritus who is credited with building the University of Connecticut into a basketball power and hiring its two best-known coaches, has died. He was 91.
Longhorns' Strong dismisses ninth player
Junior offensive tackle Kennedy Estelle was dismissed by Texas for violating team rules Tuesday, becoming the ninth player kicked off the team by coach Charlie Strong this season.
NCAA prez: Domestic violence a school issue
NCAA president Mark Emmert believes it's the responsibility of individual schools to handle issues of domestic violence and sexual assault, and that a spate of recent cases reflect greater societal problems.
FSU DT Lawrence-Stample (pec) done in '14
Florida State starting defensive tackle Nile Lawrence-Stample suffered a torn pectoral in the 23-17 overtime win against Clemson and will miss the remainder of the season, Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher said Tuesday.
Throwing error: Barkley record grows slightly
As Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion inches closer to becoming the Pac-12's all-time leading passer, it looks like he needs 53 more yards than originally thought thanks to a recently discovered error in Matt Barkley's record.
Coach: Clemson C threatened after bad snap
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says center Ryan Norton received threatening messages on social media after his bad snap in a loss to No. 1 Florida State last weekend.
UCLA's Mora delays making call on Hundley
UCLA coach Jim Mora said he's going to "push it as far out as you can" before making a decision on whether quarterback Brett Hundley will start Thursday night against Arizona State in Tempe.
Miss. St. lineman suspended game for stomp
Mississippi State offensive lineman Dillon Day has been suspended one game by the Southeastern Conference for "multiple flagrant and unsportsmanlike acts" during Saturday's 34-29 win over LSU.
TE Archibald spurns Miami for Wake Forest
Bowman Archibald knew what he was getting into when he signed a financial aid agreement with Miami in early August.
Dantonio: Only conference champs in Playoff
Michigan State's path to a spot in the initial College Football Playoff will need to go through the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis, and that's the way coach Mark Dantonio thinks it should be.